New York researchers find students with long thrill-seeking gene are more apt to take sexual risks.
‘Gay gene’ survives through generations as female relatives of homosexual men ‘have more babies’ By Eddie Wrenn for MailOnline Published: 11:29 EDT, 13 June 2012 | Updated: 11:29 EDT, 13 June 2012
Scientists find the gene that makes men gay — or very open about sex. It’s hard to tell Participants in the study were rated for sexual orientation based on their sexual feelings.
If a so-called “gay gene,” exists, what is the evolutionary logic behind it? A new study offers evidence supporting the so-called “balancing selection hypothesis.”
KISS’ Paul Stanley addresses the persistent rumor over the years that he’s gay and opens up about what it’s been like to work with Gene Simmons all this time.
Vicky Gene Robinson (born May 29, 1947) is a former bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire. Robinson was elected bishop coadjutor in 2003 and succeeded as bishop diocesan in March 2004.
A new scientific study of 409 pairs of gay mans could put to rest decades of debate over the existence of the so-called ‘gay gene’.
Why are we still trying to find the gene — so we can then find a cure?
The pressure to accept homosexual behavior is growing daily. A major argument for this acceptance is the belief that homosexuality is “inborn.” Two major areas of research often put forth to support this position deal with genetics and brain structure. The search for a gene associated with
The relationship between biology and sexual orientation is a subject of research. A simple and singular determinant for sexual orientation has not been conclusively demonstrated; various studies point to different, even conflicting positions, but scientists hypothesize that a combination of genetic, hormonal, and social factors determine …